Since its launch in 2019, AT&T TV has given subscribers access to hours of on-demand and live content. The service has a simple interface, voice control remote, and DVR storage.
As more people cut the cord, we expect services like AT&T TV to be in high demand. Because of this, there are a couple of things you should know if you are planning to get AT&T TV. For starters, here are eight devices you can watch AT&T TV on.
- Amazon Fire TV
- Apple TV
- Android Phone/ Tablet
- Android TV
- Google Chromecast
- Samsung Smart TV
What devices aren’t compatible
Currently, most gaming consoles do not allow you to stream AT&T TV. It’s important to remember that setting up AT&T TV requires a console box that hooks up to your device. The hardware present in PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo systems is not compatible with this console box and you cannot watch AT&T TV on these devices as a result. Additionally, you cannot watch AT&T TV on VIZIO Smart TVs and LG Smart TVs.
This is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to knowing all there is to know about AT&T TV. Check out our full review to learn more.
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Malin Curry graduated from UNC Chapel Hill where he studied politics, public relations, and English. Malin uses multiple streaming services and enjoys having access to all his favorite shows and movies on his Fire TV Stick. He writes a blog on culture and race and began contributing to Cord Cutters News in 2020.